The table below is a comprehensive historical analysis of every major league baseball player born in .
Selecting a player's name will bring up his statistics page and selecting a column title (Birthplace, Debut Year, Final Year) will allow you to re-sort the data.
Louis." - Los Angeles Dodger / Hall of Fame Manager Tommy Lasorda (AP Wire, 08/18/1999) Did you know that Jose Canseco was the first foreign-born (Cuba) player to reach the four-hundred home runs plateau?Did you know that Sammy Sosa was the first foreign-born (Dominican Republic) player to reach the five-hundred home runs plateau?Baseball Almanac is aware that researching baseball players by their place of birth is common data found easily on the Internet today.Faces of the Fallen is a collection of information about each U. service member who has died as a result of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation New Dawn and Operation Enduring Freedom.This information is updated at least weekly from military releases, news service reports and local newspaper stories.
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Research by Magda Jean-Louis, Whitney Fetterhoff and Mary Hadar.
Application design and development by Sisi Wei, Jeremy Bowers and Wilson Andrews.
Since the 19th Century, Major League Baseball has enjoyed a rich, diverse, world-wide set of talent not seen in any other major league sport.
Every state in the United States of America, and more than forty-five countries, have had at least one player make it to the show.